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m L V What does it do? It causes the oil glands In the skin to become more active, makingthe hair soft and glossy, precisely as nature intended. It cleanses the scalp from dandruff and thus removes one of the great causes of baldness. It makes a better circu lation in the scalp and stops the hair from coming out. ll prevents M ft Cores Bamaess Ayer's Hair Vigor will surely make hair grow on ,q oaia neaas, proviaeu oniy J there is any life remain ing in the hair bulbs. It restores color to gray or white hair. It does not do this in a moment, as will a hair dye; but in a short time the gray color of age gradually disap pears and the darker color of youth takes its place. Would you like a copy V f of our book on the Hair V and Scalp? It Is free. N. l Campbell called bero on busi ness Friday. Ye wrlier(:iM vU.iinjr ,1h 1 rolbcr Win. Campbell, and family Friday. Will Wagner and little brother, Ken, went to Seqiiaihee Saturday tn see their little l.rolber, Uoorpo Abo lias been nick for quite a while. .lnlin Crow went to lia'tle droit visit injr relatives Saturday. Ti m Crow nnd Dennitt Crow were visiting relatives on liattle Cretk tbe latter part of last week. Thomas deary, of Trncy City called here while en route home, from (ieurge Killen's, Saturday evening stating that news had reached him that bis wife had happened to a very painful Accident during the week by getting three fin gers and th umb blown off of one hand and two fingers and thumb blown off of the other by dynamite. James Campbell went to Mr. James Harnett's Sunday to spend a few days. Court convened at Jasper Monday. Quito a number from the Mountain wero summoned to attend. Rev. Hart filled bis appointment at Uurrough's Chapel S iturday and Sun day. C. A. Nelson, of Kimball, attended meeting at Uurrougu's Chapel Saturd.ty and Sunday. Cold Wave and wife, of Coppinger Covo were on tho mountain Saturday and Sunday wbero they took in the meeting and enjoyed thcmsolves among relatives. We aro sorry to hear that Mr. and Mrs. Wagner's baby which has been sick for the last two or threo weeks is no better. Well we have mentioned all we know and have seeji during tho past week. We hope that no ono has been slighted. If so they must come out where we ( an see them before our next writing. T. E. C. Astounded the Editor. If you fin tint obtain all the benefit! yon exiu'efM irnm trip use 01 uie vijpM tl....t..r (klmnt It Aildres. mt. J. C. AVER. "! Lowell, Mhab. BURROUGHS' CHAPEL. Special to the News. Well Aucriist oi.ened up with usual bot weather. Mrs. Eliza Campbell, who was quite ill several davs of last week is up and able to do her houso work. Mrs. Nannie Wilkins' litile son, Hugh was on the puny list a few days of last week but is now better. Mrs. Watlev has had auite a lot of boards made for tbo purpose of covering her hous. O Tho school at liurrousrb s Chapel is progressing nicely and everbody seems well pleased with their new teacher. W. ll. Anderson called on business at Mr. J. II. liurroughs Monday. Mr. Loney Wells made a business trip out to Summcrstown Monday. William Harris and brother, of So quachee, wero on the mountain hunting for their cattle Tuesday. Mr, C. Wagner went to Sequachceon legal business Tuesday. Ilob Crow and brother, Charlie, of Traev Citv called here whilo en route to Jasper Tuesday. Mr. Vuster Cope, wifo and children, of Oak (irovo were visiting the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Campbell. Mr. Loney Wells and wife wero visit ing tho lattrr's mother, Mrs. Watley Tuesday. Mrs. Maggie Curtis was visiting Mrs. Watley Tuesday. Mrs. Ella Curtis was visiting Mrs llarvo Carnes in Dixon's Cove Tuesday. Jim Watley, who had been spend ing several days out at Tracy City re turned home Tuesday. Mr. Hill Hatfield, of Jasper, passed through this vicinity en route home Tuesday. Mr. T. li. Hurroughs and I). M. Nel son made a business trip to So. Pitts burg Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, of Kimball, was were visiting their son D. M. Nelson and family Tuesday. Tom Anderson, of Haltlo Creek com menced hauling saw logs Tuesday for the Werner m il hich has been shut down for the last month or moro on the accouBt of lugs a nd scarcity of water. A. J. Curtis and K. 1). Curtis were employed at llarvo Carnes in Dixon's Covo a few days last week making boards. N. F. Campbell was among boma folks Wednesday, Tom Geary, of Tracy City, spent Wed nesday night at .las. Campbell's while on Lis way to Jasper. Mrs. Watley, Mrs. Layno and Mrs. Ulahsetl were called to the bedside of their sick father, Mr. J. II. Hurroughs who was taken suddenly ill last Thurs day. .Mrs. .Naniuo wimni were visiting at ber grandpa Hurrough's and sister, Mrs. G nnio Wells, the latter part of last week. John liojM, ej.l.ier. was out on the tnounta'n in We inter-st of his rattle Friday. The editor of the News and Mr. Ed gar Tryor were at Mr. W arner's Friday Editor S. A. Hrown, of Hennettsville, S. C, was once immensely surprised. 'Through long sufloring from Dyspep sia, he writes, my wife was greatly run down. She had no strength or vig or and suffered great distress from her stomach, hut sho triod Electric Hitters which helped her at once and after us ing four bottles, she Is entirely well, can eat anything. It's a grand tonic, and its gentle laxative properties are splendid for torpid liver. For Indiges tion, Loss of Appetite, Stomach and Liver troubles it's a positive, guaran teed cure. Only 50c at W. A. Turner's, Victoria, and Whitwell DrugCo., Whit- woll. HANDLE PLANTS COMBINE. . Bridneport Concern Acquired by the Southern Handle Company. Hridgeport, Ala., Aug. ,r, The Nixon Handle Company has been consolidated with the Southern Handle Company of lluntsville, Ala., under the samo name. E. II. Nixon, the President of the Nix on Handle Co.. becomes secretary and treasurer of the Southern Handle Co., at lluntsville. The Bridgeport plant will continue running to Its full cap acity. SULPHUR SPRING. Special to the News. Hubert Smith visitel hU sons at Oak Grove Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Grayson visited the foritu r's pan nts at Red Hill Fri day and Saturday. Messrs. W. I,. Uichards, Dick Miel ton, Misses Lena and Emma Smith and KizK.e and Dorcas HicharJs attended church at New Hope Sunday. Mrs. Sallie Hrysoti was visiting at, T. A. Sbelton's Thursday. Messrs. W. L. Carlton and I!. II. Ald er went to Whitwell Friday. Messrs. G. I). Smith and J. E. Prig- more went to Whitwell Friday. Messrs. G. W. and H. K. ISryson went to Whitwell Friday. Mr. 'nnd Mrs. H. H. Alder were visit dg at T. A. Sbelton's Sunday. ' Miss Emma Hryson visited Miss Sal lie Hrown Sunday evening. Miss Lassie II rooks was all smiles Sunday. Itcv. Geo. W. Shelton and wife, who have been visiting tho former's parents tho passed two weeks left Thursday for their home in Nashville. Messrs. G. W. and li. H. Alder, and It. E. ..Davis went to tho mountain Sat urday hunting. Jimiio. Much Reading for Little Money. The Now York World baa got the cost of printing down to a minimum. Its latest offer of its monthly newspaper magazine is interesting if from no other causo than that it shows the acme of "how much for how little." The Monthly World is a 32-rago mag agino with colored rover. Its pages are about the size of tho Ladies' Home Journal, and it is copiously illustrated in half-tone. The illustrations are the result of the host artistic skill, aided by all the latest printing press appli ances, making a magazine unrivalled in the quality of its contents ana its ap pearance. Each issue contains stories of ro mance, loyo adventure, travel, stories of fiction and fact: storios of things quaint and curious, gathered together from all parts of the world: tho results of sceutific research, and editoriol re views. It numbers among its contri butors the leading literary men and women of the day. A feature each month is a full page portrait of the most famed man or wo man of the moment in the public eye. Iu collecting and preparing for pub lication the literary matter and art subjects for the Monthly World no ex pense is spared. Tho New York World will send six numbers of this newspaper-magazine on receipt of fifteen conts in stamps. Address The World, Pulitzer Huildlng, New York. NORTH HICK'S CHAPEL. Special to the News. Luther Grant passed through the field Sunday morning with his coi.t ui -dcr his art" and his hat on the back of b:s head liko ho was going to join the yankecs. John Tygart visited Mr. Howard Grant Sunday. Jim Hrooks ditt j. Mia.es Lula ai.d May Grant were vis iting Miss !! tt'o 1'ryor Sunday. Ask tbem what made them look so sad. Ask Jim Tygart and Uausomo Smith if they can tell whon a wagon tiro runs off. Our deputy Sherd Harris is in trouhlo. Ho has a replevy warrant for a cow, but she can't be found. It Is said he has been in fifty yards of her. The way It happened tho cow kneeled down till bo passed by. Mr. J. H. Grant went to Whitwell Saturday after his Cordova as he don't use Arhuckle. Miss Lillio Holloway looked sad Sun day. E. M. Hicks visited bis son-in-law, Robert Holloway, Saturday. 1! A K K. vn: ;i A MARRIED. Mr. Laurenco I'urnett and Miss Sal- lio llouts wero married Sunday morn ing at Hud Russoll's, 'Squiro T. II. Har ris ofileiating. It was of tho Gretna Green order, only a few knowing what was on tho program. Their many friends extend congratu lations to Mr. and Mrs. Hurnett and wish them a happy life. Educate Tour Kernels Willi TuRcnretg. Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever. lOo, i.5o. If C. C. C, fail, druggists refund money. GJ. STOIIIA. Boan the A i ns mho Tou tiavo Always tsougnj Heat killed several hogs belonging toG. A. Russell, of Hamblen. Uneedme Polish r Slv 'VvV SILVER, BRASS. NICKELudGLA&S.v AH ProgrfHlvi HoukwIvm Um mwm.iwmwm mm mm 1 ; TtADt II ML L jilt W,,E- ' DIRECTION! ran L'SB.-Rdb damp, If , wMlr eWth arcrtlw polifill and ippl U th , , ftrticlf to b fkiin, ItMft IUt a !, iiy , MAMuncTunti tr V UNEEDME POLISH CO., Chatham, Pa. Will Clean Silver and give It the new look so much desired. Will Clean Plate Glan with little labor and no dust, Will Lest Longer than any other polish, as so little is required to do the work. Will Not Roughen the Host Tender Skin. Will Not Scratch. Putnplnconvenientform. Costs less. Is indorsed by the best author ities. If your dealer does not have it, send name and address fur free sample. UNEEDME POLISH CO. Chatham, Pa. A Bilious Man. Can be easily detected in a dozen ways. Sallow complexion, irritable disposition, frequent headaches, letheragy all tell plainly of a torpid liver and slow poisoning of the system. For 25c a complete cure can be had . Take FLR,pfas GANDToNic Pellets. and in a week you will feel like a new person. fin ; i f I 3 I IF 1 1 Ll U A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL! M1m & . j Tin J I . 1 Wcs li Mil rXi r V. V7V -mm f . i" " The Kind You Have Always Bought, nnd which lias been iu uso for over 30 years, has borne tho signature of - and has been made Tinder his pcr S sonal supervision since its iufjvncy. ijir)uCrt Allow no ono to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates th Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. TMC CINT1U R COMPANY. TT MUH.lt ST.ttT. WCW YO.K CITV. START THE TWENTIETH CEIiTURY RIGHT! WEITE WITH .A. CEZTSTTTTZR-- Double Feed Fountain Pen. Fitted with a 1 6 Kt. Cold Pen. Fully warranted. Price reasonable. The double feed makes it the most reliable pen on the market. The editor of this paper will show you styles and prices. He will make you a special price in connection with a subscription to his paper. -AgeXLts "Wanted. CENTURY PEN CO., Whitewater, Wis. THE " B05S " Combined Baker, Roaster and Steamer BECAUSE the lid locks Itself TUP mapT m rr it j i tf ( j 1 1 tz9 i lie; mvj i i ir.Ki l t Pi'gl tightly. It retains Steam and I'J ' Fliivor. TP, .-f.,-1 BECAUSE it is so simply Con-structed. " BOSS" ROASTER MANUFACTURING CO. FORT WAYNE, IND. AGENTS WANTED. -DEALER IN- Rough and Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Jambs, Base, Casings and Mouldings. Always in tbe market for rough lumber and logs COKKESrONDENCK SOLICITED. ORDERS PROMPTLY FlLLK D Seq.ia.acli.ee, TezELin.. A Tablespoonful to a Cup ' IS THE RULE TOR MAKING COrTEE BUT CF A TABLESPDONFIIL w Lion THOMAS H. HILL. Notary Public: Certificate of Appointment filed in U S. Pension Offices. solicited tr(m persons de siring to purcbase laud for residence or farniing pur- . poses TITLES exs rained. SEQUACHEE, TENN. Watch our nxt advrtiment. will pive you stronger coffee than a tablespoonful of any other kind. Here is where you save money! USE LION COFFEE! Always insist upon getting it. LION COFFEE is absolutely pure, and not a coffee which is glazed or coated with egg mixtures or chemicals in order to hide imperfections. In every package of LION COFFEE you will find a fully iiliiNtrated and descriptive list No hou-sekee rr. In fact, no woman, man, toy or girl will fail to find in the list some article which will contribute to their happiness, comfort and convenience, and which they may have by simply cutting out a certain number of Lion Heads from the wrappers of our one pound sealed packages (which is the only form in which this excellent coffee Is sold). WOOLSON SPICE CO.. TOLEDO, OHIO. W K can furnish you letter heads, U bill head, statements, circulars, invitations and'caide. LAW STATIONARY Satisfaction Guaranteed. BOOK WOKK. PRINTING! SEQUACHEE WATER WORKS. Office: Marion House. Residents of Sciiuchee have all the privileges in con nection wi h Water St rvicv; equal to any 15 ret class city. The supply is taken from Cumber land Mountain from ppnngs 350 tWt elevation. Three mi'en of pipe are low laid. Try us for Best of Job Printing. evening. .